When I first set out to profile gallerist and art dealer Mariane Ibrahim, she didn’t exactly decline, but she didn’t immediately say yes, either. After being heavily profiled over the […]
“Cézanne, he’s the greatest of us all.”—Claude Monet to Georges Clemenceau in conversation, cited in translation in The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: A Catalogue Raisonné (trans. John Rewald, Abrams, 1996). […]
Theaster Gates and Ken Vandermark join pianist Jason Moran in an oral history of their evolving Chicago collaboration Looks of a Lot.
V-Day Issue: Eleanor Spiess-Ferris and Umberto Tosi are “male and female versions of the same creative spirit.”
In the Art Institute’s “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity,” painter James Tissot’s muse stands in sharp focus.
In “Confession,” artist and architect Richard Gibbons gives voice to a lifelong struggle with Catholicism.
With an MCA retrospective opening, Hairy Who member Jim Nutt discusses his work.
Three notable documentary profiles of painters screen this week.